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looks like there is a dui accident. that person was arrested at the scene. no injuries as a result but sand hill road is shut down between el camino real road and arboretum. avoid the area if you can. the bay bridge. we are starting to see a backup. no metering lights but it's getting busy. >> we're heating things up in traffic but not in weather. baby, it's cold outside! that's our big weather story. you can see all the deep blues forming on the temperatures right now. we're seeing 34 degrees in napa so it's definitely a very cold start in parts of the north bay, 36 in santa rosa. 44 fremont and mountain view and only 41 degrees in san jose. so this cold air mass is around the bay area. it's colder still by overnight and into tomorrow. we could see lingering showers mainly along the coast but for the most part the rain we saw yesterday moved east.
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so these are your temperatures by later on this afternoon. anywhere from 4 to 7 degrees cooler than yesterday. it's going to be a breezy afternoon, as well. so temperatures may even feel colder than they actually are. coming up, we'll check your seven-day forecast. the rain is making a comeback by the end of the week. we'll show that you in a bit. back to you guys >> thank you. students are returning to class in newtown, connecticut today except those from sandy hook elementary. >> that campus will remain a crime scene indefinitely after friday's mass shooting. investigatessers are trying to determine why gunman adam lanza singled out the school, which he attended as a child. federallation say he fired guns at shoot -- federal agents say he fired guns at shooting ranges over the years but not recently. cbs reporter marly hall joins us from newtown with more on what's happening. >> reporter: good morning, michelle and brian. it's a week before christmas, and here in newtown,
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connecticut, many families aren't planning for the holidays but planning funerals and there are several planned in the weeks to come. it's back to school for the children of newtown, connecticut with the exception of the students of sandy hook elementary school. kenneth canfield is a fourth greater at sandy hook. he heard screaming and gunshots in the room he was in. >> it was being banged on by the gunman. >> reporter: kenneth and his classmates won't be returning to sandy hook elementary. when they do go back, they will attend chalk hill school in monroe. >> he said he wouldn't go back unless there's a police officer at every door. >> reporter: for the people of newtown, the grieving continues. more funerals will be held today when james mattioli and jessica rico also laid to rest. the first two funerals were held monday when 6-year-old noah posner and jack pinto were
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remembered. >> you shouldn't be at a 6-year- old's funeral. this is a devastating event and it's heartbreaking as it is, it just keeps getting more heartbreaking. >> reporter: noah pozner was described as smart, caring and rambunctious. jack pinto loved the new york giants. he was buried in the jersey his favorite football player, giants wide receiver victor cruz. >> there were little stories about jack being in heaven tossing footballs with -- at the angels and knocking their halos off their head and everyone got a chuckle out of that. >> reporter: honan funeral home in newtown will hold 11 funerals between now and christmas. meantime, newtown school officials have set up grief counselors to speak with students who are still dealing with this tragedy. brian. >> you, know marlie, is the sense back there that parents are going to send their kids back to school in the next couple of days, or -- or are they going to be sending them back maybe they are going to take a break and wait until
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after the christmas holidays? >> reporter: brian, some parents have expressed that they are hesitant to send their children back to school. one for security reasons. but mainly because they feel they are not emotionally ready. but other parents say it's important for the kids to go back to school today just to restore a sense of normalcy and get back to their normal routines. >> okay, marlie hall live from newtown in connecticut, thank you. appreciate it. well, at the same time, dozens gathered last night for a vigil in gilroy. organizers at south valley community church say they gave people a chance to get together and share their thoughts. the names of all the newtown victims were read and a candle was lit for each of them. another vigil is planned at 6:00 this evening at amaral park in pleasanton. we are learning more about the gunman in the connecticut shooting. former last mates remember adam lanza as someone they joked with that friendly way. he was enrolled in western connecticut state university at the same time that he was in high school but he also was
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homeschooled by his mother, who told friends he had asperger's syndrome >> he was on medication. she homeschooled him at home because he couldn't deal with the school class sometimes so she just homeschooled him at loam. and that was her life. >> a man who babysat for the lanzas when adam was about 10 said he received an odd warning. nancy lanza told him to supervisor adam at all times and to never turn his back on him. a bay area teen is in the solano county jail after police say he outlined plans to copy the newtown school massacre. 18-year-old sergio cabada of suisun city faces charges after police received a tip that he commented on social media in support of the connecticut gunman. detectives got a warrant to search cabada's home and found he had access to firearms. police say they seized several
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items. access to guns is on the minds of a lot of people and for some residents in los gatos they are focused on a store that's about to open and will have a variety of guns for sale. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is in the newsroom with an update. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i can tell you this morning many los gatos neighbors are upset. the concern over the new store drew a big crowd to last night's town council meeting. residents say they weren't given enough notice about a gun store in the neighborhood. templar sports on university avenue will offhand guns shot guns and rifles with fishing equipment and sports good. some neighbors are asking the town council to enact a law to prohibit gun sales or require a conditional use permit. critics say the store will make them feel less safe. >> i do not feel safe under the current lack of gun control. >> like to see if there's any way that we can get these people who own this to give us some sort of guarantee that maybe they won't sell clips that hold 100 bullets. >> supporters for the new store
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say this is a much-needed local business. they speak highly of the management and say the store is not near any schools. the town council will take up the issue of conditional use permits in february. one major gun retailer is taking action. dick's sporting goods is pulling certain kinds of semi- automatic rifles off its shelves nationwide and removing all guns from its store closest to the site of friday's shooting. store leaders say this is out of respect for the victims ard their families. but it's not clear how long it will last. in the midst of the growing national debate, the nra hasn't made any public statement. the country's largest gun rights organization has since taken down its facebook page and went silent on the social media scene. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> for more on bay area gun buy- back programs and continuing coverage off the school tragedy go to cbssf.com. happening right now, owners of a game stop shop in concord are cleaning up after a car drove into it.
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cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is at the clayton valley shopping center with all the details. good morning, elissa. >> reporter: good morning. definitely a brazen burglary here. you can see behind me the gamestop has been boarded up and workers have come in to clean up and try and get things back together so that they can open today. now, what happened is that thieves crashed their car into the building and then stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. you're looking at a picture from shortly after that happened around 4 a.m. now, employees say that they were alerted by an alarm when they arrived police were already here. and they found that car into the building. but the suspect gone. they stole ipods and iphones from a glass display case on the wall. police believe that they were in a stolen vehicle and it has since been towed away from the scene. as for the suspect or suspects, they fled on foot. workers say that they are going to spend the morning cleaning up while police continue their investigation. there is some surveillance footage from inside of the game stop store so police will be
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looking at that but back live, you can see the damage for yourself. here's the door frame what used to be. front door, a lot of broken glass. workers inside sweeping up. they had to come in here very early this morning. definitely not happy about what they arrived to find. reporting live in concord, elissa harrington, cbs 5. >> thank you. recent rains are to blame for a sinkhole in the making this morning. marsh creek road between deer valley road and pine lane out in clayton are closed. the rains may have caused a pipe under the road to fail and a sinkhole is forming. maintenance crews are on scene and have no word when the road will reopen. this friday night there will be a candlelight vigil for a high school senior who was killed in san francisco's bayview district. police say 17-year-old montreal blakely was shot 10:00 saturday night. he was a starting defensive back on the football team at concord high school.
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police say the investigation is ongoing. so far, there have been no arrests. a pharmacy worker is being treated for a leg wound after an attempted robbery in san francisco about 6:30 last night at a pharmacy on cesar chavez street. police are looking for the two would-be robbers and a third suspect who drove the getaway car. all right. on your tuesday morning, it's 10 minutes after 6:00. uhm, millions of credit card customers are getting refunds. when those affected will get their money. >> plus, evictions at a bay area mobile home park. why hundreds of people are being forced out. ,, ,,,,
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a long-time landmark in tampa, texas is no more. the 300-foot boiler and stack from a factory exploded yesterday. hundreds came out to see it. it was brought down to make way for development. and gives you a reason to show a building being exploded. a lot of engineering goes into that. >> it does. >> you have to be careful about it. here's something you would not expect to see in upscale palo alto. >> a mobile home park that's been a fixture in the city since the 1920s. the landowners want to evict the tenants at the buena vista mobile home park and build high- end apartments. more than 100 low-income families live there including 125 children. >> it's been very, very stressful for 400 people around the area. now several community groups are working to ensure the process follows city guidelines protecting resident rights and assisting those who would be forced to move.
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>> all right. now quarter at 6:00, time to check traffic. what's the latest? >> we are going to stick with palo alto right now and show you live pictures from the scene of where this flooding happened this morning from an accident where a vehicle took out a hydrant in palo alto on sand hill road between el camino real and arboretum. our photographer starting to get a handle on things there. they are mopping up the mess but the hydrant in the background. at one point everything was flooded. here's a picture from the palo alto police department. they tweeted out earlier. so flooding was a problem through there. they still have the road shut down. we do know that this was considered a dui accident. one person was arrested. the driver of the vehicle. no injuries though were reported and sand hill is shut down. elsewhere on the roads, lanes blocked at silverado at hardman due to an earlier
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accident. that should reopen in the next few minutes. north 880 at mission we have a new accident to report. the vehicle and a big rig tangled up. it is over to the right side of the roadway not blocking the main lines of 880 so not seeing too many delays. the rest of 880 looks good no delays in both directions. that's a look at traffic. here's elizabeth with your forecast. >> thanks. you can see some of our traffic cameras there moving around a bit because we have some breezy conditions outside. partly cloudy and got a nice looking shot here. we have our photographer vince along the embarcadero. you can see maybe that flag there on that boat blowing in the breeze. so yeah, it's making for cooler weather right now. check out napa, fairfield, these temperatures continue to fall. 34 in napa, 33 fairfield. otherwise a lot of low 40s. 42 in fremont and 43 in oakland. so weather headlines for you, obviously a very chilly start. these temperatures are 10 to 20 degrees cooler than what we saw at this time yesterday morning in some spots. it's going to be a cool
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afternoon and for the most part the rain should clear. still about a 20% chance of some light showers mainly along the coast. and then yes, even cooler still tonight where we have some freeze advisories in effect for parts of the north bay. we'll get to that in a minute. low pressure is the name of the game for the next couple of days. breezy conditions and once again, the rain for the most part has now moved east so it looks like we're staying dry. check out our futurecast here. it looks a little unsettled by about lunchtime. mainly along the coast. even that looks like mainly the rain is staying offshore and we are clearing overnight tonight and that's what's going to keep temperatures cool. we had several frost advisories in effect. so it's going to be colder still by this time tomorrow morning. for your afternoon, your highs, we'll struggle to get out of the low to mid-50s in some spots. 55 in oakland 5. 3 in free. 53 is your forecasted high in santa rosa. so the next couple of days that's our really cold, cold
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stretch tuesday and wednesday. and then the rain makes a return on thursday and it lasts through the weekend. finally driving out by monday. that's a check of traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. daniel inouye a long-time senator from hawaii has died. the democrat that represented hawaii in congress since hawaii became a state in 1959. he was the highest ranking asian politician in u.s. history am he lost his right arm in a battle during world war ii and received the medal of honor. inouye died yesterday of respiratory complications. he was 88. president obama has made a counter-offer to try and avert the "fiscal cliff." he met with house speaker john boehner at the white house yesterday. the president reportedly offered to curtail future cost of living increases for recipients of social security and softened his demand for higher taxes at upper income levels. boehner wants an earnings threshold of a million dollars for higher rates. if no deal is reached in the next two weeks, billions in tax
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hikes and spending cuts will go into effect. millions of credit card customers should soon receive refunds from american express, capital one and discover. the three companies owe $435 million in refunds to nearly 6 million customers the result of a government crackdown on deceptive credit card practices. refunds range from $3 to $300 showing up on monthly statement. a southern california man is doing his part to help the people of newtown. he footed the bill for 100 cups of coffee from the town's general store. he is a 911 operator in the northridge area. after making his donation, he we had to the store's number so others started doing the same. now on social media, people are asking others to do 20 random acts of kindness. that's for the 20 children that were killed. >> good idea. 6:20 there. coming up another sf giant has reunder for 2013.
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>> plus, the titans chris johnson lets his shoes do the talking and the walking. his incredible run that's earned our play of the day, coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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japan by the oakland a's. s good morning. we are waking up to clearing skies and temperatures dropping all across the bay area. look at concord, 37 degrees. 36 degrees in santa rosa. when will the rain head back to the bay area? we'll tell you. your seven-day forecast is coming up. and the metering lights are on at the bay bridge toll plaza. big backup also because of a stalled vehicle at the toll plaza as well blocking lanes. troubles in palo alto and san jose. details on that in minutes. well, san jose state university has named ron caragher as its new head football coach.
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>> maybe i can come in and bring some consistency and keep it, you know, just build off what coach mac did here and keep it at a high level. >> and he is a native of morgan hill. he has coached of the last six seasons at the university of san diego. takes over for mike macintyre, who left san jose state for a big paycheck in colorado. interim coach kent bear will lead the spartans in next week's military bowl. an interesting acquisition from japan by the oakland as. the team is acting immediately to replace steven drew who signed with boston yesterday. today, oakland's top brass is expected to announce the signing of japanese shortstop here you canky nakajima. he batted own .300 and was an all-star. the world star champion giants have re-signed santiago casilla to a three-year deal. he was 2.84 with 25 saves for the giants last year in 73 appearances, .284.
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he was also the winning pitcher in the final game of the world series against detroit. the play of the day. tennessee titans chris johnson with a 94-yard touchdown run. it was a beauty. to make it more significant he did it while wearing the names of the victims of the connecticut school shooting. the titans beat the jets 14-10. he did a good thing. there is a shot of the shoes there. 26 minutes after 6:00. coming up, it's not just for girls anymore. the children's toy that's getting a major makeover. >> plus, in the wake of the tragedy in connecticut, a strong response to a new bay area sporting goods store. >> reporter: an east bay business was damaged so badly during a burglary it will remain closed for the day. we'll tell you which business we're talking about and show you some of the damage coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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we really need to embrace each other at a time like this. >> some newtown students head back to school today as the community says its heartbreaking good buys to the sandy hook shooting victims. >> we shouldn't be at a 6-year- old's funeral. >> police unraveling clues about the shooter. >> on one side, did he something unspeakable. on the other, that's not how i remember him. >> and americans debate tighter gun control. >> the connecticut shoot something a wake-up call for all of us in america. >> you have to allow to us protect ourselves. >> why is this your problem? >> why is the murder rate around the country? i'm an american. what is your question! >> two bay area kids caught with a stolen rifle and a disturbing plan.
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>> police say the boys were planning to shoot a cop. >> there was a momentary scare tonight in a very busy mall. somebody spotted sparks on the roof and called the fire department. >> from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "eyewitness news this morning." >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, december 18. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm brian hackney. frank is off this week. it's 31 minutes after 6:00. happening right now, a car smashes into a gamestop store in the east bay. >> the driver of the car is nowhere to be found along with some pricy electronics from the store. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is at clayton valley shopping center with more. >> reporter: behind me some workers are sweeping up and you can see that the business was boarded up early this morning after those thieves plowed through the building with a car and stole thousands of dollars worth of electronics. here's some video shortly after it happened around 4 a.m.
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we're at the gamestop at the clayton valley shopping center on ygnacio valley road. managers got a call from their security company saying that the burglar alarm was going off. when it arrived, they found the car literally parked inside of the business. ipods and iphones were missing from a display case. now, they don't know how many were taken or what else might be missing. the suspect or suspects then fled on foot. so police believe the car was stolen. they are running plates and trying to figure out again who these suspects are. the car has been towed from the scene. this is surveillance video footage to help police with the investigation. back live, workers are cleaning up. they have been sweeping up broken glass. of course boarding up the building. and there is a sign now on the gamestop that says they will be closed the rest of the day and will reopen tomorrow at 10 a.m. live in concord, elissa harrington, cbs 5. >> thank you. another crash causes road flooding in palo alto. >> gianna has the latest from
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the cbs 5 traffic center. >> looks like they got most of the flooding out of the way and cleared up there but public works still on scene dealing with the debris in the road. this is a picture from the palo alto police department sand hill at el camino real and arboretum. sand hill road is shut down as a result. a vehicle hit the fire hydrant at 1 a.m. this is a dui accident. one person was arrested under you suspicion of drunk driving. use arboretum as an at an alternate or palm drive. a serious accident in san jose. oakland road at fox lane may be blocked. fire crews are on scene of this injury accident. lots of activity avoid the area. main lines of the road in san
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jose no problems. northbound 101 slight delays through mckee. students returning to class in newtown, connecticut at all schools except for sandy hook elementary. >> that campus will remain a crime scene indefinitely after the shooting. investigators are trying to determine why gunman adam lanza singled the school out, which he attended as a child. federal agents say lanza fired guns at shooting ranges over the years but there's no evidence he did so recently as practice for the rampage. cbs news's marlie hall has more from newtown. >> reporter: it's back to school today for the children of newtown, connecticut with one exception. the students of sandy hook elementary. kenneth canfield is a fourth grader at sandy hook. he was there that tragic day. >> he heard screaming and gunshots and the room he was in was banged on by the gunman. >> reporter: kenneth and his classmates won't be returning
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to sandy hook elementary school. when they did go back, they will attend chalk hill school in nearby monroe. >> he said he won't go back unless there is a police officer at every door. >> reporter: for the people of newtown, the grieving continues. more funerals will be held today when james mattioli and jessica rekos will be laid to rest. the first two funerals were held monday when 6-year-old noah pozner and jack pinto were remembered. >> shouldn't be at a 6-year- old's funeral. i mean, it's a devastating event and as heartbreaking as it is, it just keeps getting more heartbreaking. >> reporter: noah pozner was described as smart, caring and rambunctious. jack pinto loved the new york giants. he was buried in the jersey his favorite player, giants wide receiver victor cruz. >> there were little stories about jack being in heaven tossing footballs with -- at the angels and knocking their halos off their heads. everyone got a chuckle out of that. >> honan funeral home in
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newtown will hold 11 funerals between now and christmas. marlie hall for cbs news, newtown, connecticut. newtown school officials have brought in grief counselors for students. more information is coming to light this morning about the gunman in the connecticut shooting. former classmates remember adam lanza as somebody that they joked around with. he was enrolled at western connecticut state university at the same time that he was in high school. but he also was homeschooled by his mother and his mother told friends that he had asperger's syndrome. >> he was on medication. she homeschooled him at home because he couldn't deal with school classes sometimes. that was her life. >> a man who babysat for the lanzas when adam was about 10 said he received an odd warning. nancy lanza, the mother, told him to supervise adam at all times and to never turn his
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back on him. a bay area teen is under arrest after he posted plans to copy the newtown massacre. 18-year-old sergio cabada of suisun city faces felony charges of making criminal threats. fairfield police received a tip that cabada posted comments online in support of the connecticut gunman. detectives searched his home and found he had access to firearms. police say they seized several items. 12- and 13-year-old boys are under arrest in vallejo for allegedly planning to shoot a police officer. officers say the pair stole a rifle and ammunition from a house. they were arrested after a short foot chase near solano community college last night. the rifle was found in a nearby bush. some people in the south bay are raising concerns about access to guns. they say they are especially worried about a sporting goods store that's set to open with guns for sale in los gatos. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is up in the newsroom with an update. >> reporter: good morning. los gatos residents say they
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were not given enough notice about a gun store coming to their neighborhood. now they want the town council to take action. the concern over the new store drew a big crowd to last night's council meeting. templar sports on university avenue plans to sell handguns, shotguns and rifles along with fishing equipment and sports goods. the store is set to open next month. some neighbors are asking the town leaders to enact a law to prohibit gun sales or require a conditional use permit. >> the community in my opinion should have been considered. >> this is not the town of los gatos that i know. i feel as though we should have talked about this before this permit was issued. >> reporter: supporters for the new store say this is a much- needed local business and it should not be thrown out because of last week's shooting. the town council will take up the issue of conditional use permits in february. meanwhile, one major gun retailer is take action. dick's sporting goods is
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pulling certain kinds of semi- automatic rifles off its shelves nationwide saying it's also removing all guns from its store closest to the site of friday's massacre. store leaders say this is out of respect for the victims and families. it's not clear how long it will last. in the midst of the growing national debate, the nra hasn't made any public statements. the country's largest gun rights organization has since taken down its facebook page and has gone silent on the social media scene. reporting live in the newsroom, cate caugiran, cbs 5. for more on the bay area's gun buy-back program and updates on the elementary school tragedy, go to cbssf.com. 6:39 right now. the bay area is in for a big chill. i could feel it this morning going out. >> it is. and on top of the situation, the hardest working woman in show business, ladies and gentlemen, elizabeth wenger. >> thank you, thank you. we have dramatic music booming through the studio, as well! the drama. it's because of all these colder temperatures out the door. actually a blanket of clouds across the bay area is slowly
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clearing and that's why temperatures are falling, as well. look at napa, fairfield, getting pretty close to that freezing mark. 33 right now in fairfield. 34 in napa. a little more mild in oakland and fremont. but still cold in the low 40s. so what's going on? we have this area of low pressure. it's bringing a colder air mass across the bay area. it's even colder by overnight tonight. we're looking at freeze warnings already posted for parts of the north bay. we're expecting to see some 20- degree readings by this time tomorrow morning. for right now we're for exampling on these cooler temperatures. this afternoon breezy. so it may feel colder than it is. going to struggle to get out of the low to mid-50s. temperatures are going to be anywhere from 4 to 7 degrees below what we saw yesterday. and then, the rain makes a comeback by the end of the workweek. so we'll show you a look at that seven-day forecast coming up. in the meantime, back to you guys. >> thank you. recent rains are to blame for a sinkhole in the making. right now, marsh creek road
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between deer valley road and pine lane in clayton are closed. a pipe under the road is failed and a potential sinkhole is now starting to form. take a look there. maintenance crews are on the scene this morning. but it's not looking that good. >> no. looking better though for a reporter for nbc news. he is safe this morning after he and his production team were held captive for five days. richard engel and several coworkers were abducted last week in syria where they have been covering the civil war for nbc. engel says there were more than a dozen armed kidnappers who support the regime of president obama bashar assad. he said that he and his colleagues were blindfolded and threatened with mock executions before the -- before they managed to escape. >> the top tech trends in the new year. donald bell joins us in the studio from cnet. >> and the market just opened about 10 minutes ago. let's take a quick look at the recall numbers here. so far it's looking so good.
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c-net ed us what a prev 2012 is winding down and we're look ahead to what's going to be hot in the tech world for the new year. cnet editor donald bell has a preview of five trends we'll see in 2013. we're already talking about 2013. >> yeah, around cnet we're all geared up towards this next year now with the holidays in our rear view mirror so we're looking forward to the new tech trends and looking for ces on january 8 our big super bowl of tech coverage. so we are going to see new lightning accessories. the apple refreshed all their mobile products to have this
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new lightning port for charging and getting audio out. everyone has to update the lightning accessories. surge of android tablets a big met with the nexus 7 and kindle fire hd and the nook tablets from barnes & noble. >> we'll see even more? >> even more because they finally got a foothold against the ipad. companion apps another big trend because every gadget whether it's like your refrigerator or your car seems like it has an app that goes with it to help control it or just make more of that experience. so a lot of app developers making money now making apps for different gadgets. and the wireless living room is another continuing trend where now our tvs have wi-fi, our speakers are bluetooth and wireless and our cell phone chargers are wireless. >> so what's next? our toasters? [ laughter ] >> well, we're still looking at other wireless tv solutions and again 2013 another big rumor going into 2013 is this could be the year we see the apple
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television the full-fledged television that would have apple services in it. but other new tv technology is another thing we are looking at. oled tvs and 4k tvs, of the next big trend, for televisions. so high resolution and thinner more beautiful screens. >> so whenever we see anything new in tv, it's always expensive up front but you wait a year or two and it gets cheaper. do you predict that? >> absolutely. the o.l.e.d. technology will be big for early adopters. but we are still looking at tvs that cost over $10,000 for that new technology. >> we are showing images here. you can see the bright colors. are they just going to get even brighter, more intense? >> it's brighter but with oled the other thing is that the blacks are truly like the light is off because of the way the light is coming out of the screens. there's no light behind the screen projecting out. it's just that light actually being turned off. >> what do you think people are going to want to see most? >> throughout the year, i think
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that tvs are always a hot category. really hot category at ces in january. but something we don't see at ces which is cell phones, mobile phones. that always takes people's attention throughout the year whatever the hot new smartphone is. >> that seems to be the one that changes more quickly than others. >> yeah. the pace of that is month to month. >> sense months later it's obsolete -- six months later it's obsolete and you're on to the new phone. >> thank you, donald bell with cnet. brian, there you go, up some ideas for next year. >> absolutely. and because we can't get enough of apple they have already won a big settlement as now from samsung in a patent dispute but now samsung is getting a little bit of a reprieve from a judge. here now is kcbs's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: both sides walked away unhappy from the latest movement in the courtroom in san jose. the federal judge saying that apple will not get a ban on
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several smartphones from samsung at the core of their patent dispute. but the judge also turned down samsung's request for a retrial in the case. back in september, the jury awarded apple $1 billion because of patent infringement. it's also being reported this morning that samsung is withdrawing its patent case against apple in five european countries. they have been duking it out all over the world. and that's been many different mobile device patent suits out there between different companies but this one really is the big battle out there. >> if you are one of the 100 million instagram users beware of this. they have a new service policy in place where instagrams can sell your pictures and information to marketers to be used in future advertising. there is no advertising on instagram right now. but since that is a key revenue maker for social networks, it's probably on the way. stock market hanging on every rumor out of d.c. on "fiscal cliff" talks. there are hopes more progress
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is being made. blue chips up 100 yesterday. right now all three indices are up slightly. apple up over 1%. brian, back to you. >> thank you, jason. time now 11 minutes before 6:00. and time for a look on what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." >> charlie rose joins us now from new york. good morning, charlie. >> good morning. it is the most popular rifle in america. we'll take a closer look at the ar-15 and how it is now at the center of the nation's gun debate. also, what kind of gun control action is possible. we'll ask the president and his former chief of staff chicago mayor rahm emanuel. plus newtown is getting flooded with stuffed animals. the best ways that you can help the community. that and more when we see you at 7:00. all right. charlie, thank you so much. >> and as charlie said it starts at 7:00. temperatures poised to drop like a set of car keys. let's get the latest on that. >> i like that. yeah. colder, it's drier outside. and bluer. at least according to our maps.
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we are seeing a lot of those deep blues especially on the north bay. look at these temperature degree readings. it's been actually interesting to see them compared to yesterday anywhere from 10 to, gosh, more than 20 degrees cooler at this time right now than we saw yesterday. so look at fairfield, 33. 34 right now in napa. we are getting close to that freezing degree mark in some places, oakland, fremont, still only in the low 40s there. so here's your weather headlines for today. cooler start and cool by this afternoon, as well. for the most part the rain has cleared. we still have a few lingering rain showers possible for just along the coast and then cooler still for tonight. in fact, we already have some freeze advisories posted for the north bay. so we'll get to that in just a minute. in the meantime you can see this area of low pressure sitting around the bay area breezy conditions as well by this afternoon. so temperatures are actually going to feel a little colder than they are. so timing it out with
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futurecast, by about lunchtime we'll see things unsettled, chance of showers at the coast, the rest of us are going to stay dry. then it's going to be clear overnight and what's going to keep temperatures cool overnight. freeze advisories for the north bay, or freeze warnings for the north bay and frost advisories for pretty much everywhere else across the bay area. so by this afternoon, we are only going to reach the mid-50s in a lot of spots. 55 in oaklan, 53 fremont, chilly in napa at 52. here's your forecast over the next couple of days. today, tomorrow, going to remain cool. and then the rain makes a comeback thursday all the way into the weekend. and then looks like for next week, for christmas eve, so far, we are looking like we're staying dry. that's a check of your forecast. for more on your traffic conditions, things are heating up at the bay bridge toll plaza. >> they are. in fact, live to the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are on. we have a stalled vehicle near the toll plaza. that's cleared. but again the damage is done. lots of company as you work
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your way toward the pay gates. slow up the incline. accident continues san jose oakland road at fox lane. look for closures there. couple of other things. word of a new accident northbound 87 at curtner, another one north 680 at mckee all possibly blocking lanes. north 101 slow through san jose. also 101 along the peninsula not too bad as you work your way into redwood city. looks good towards sfo. we have a surface street problem sand hill road shut down between el camino real and arboretum as public works continue to clean up the mess from a vehicle hitting a hydrant. the rest of the bay area okay business as usual on 880. no delay both directions. no problems altamont pass to 680. the easy-bake oven not just for girls anymore. toymaker hasbro revealed a black, silver and blue
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prototype. the new style was shown to 13- year-old mckenna pope. she get over 40,000 signatures asking the toy to be gender- neutral. hasbro executives invited mckenna to hear her thoughts on the new design. mckenna says she is happy with the outcome. and it was a female who proposed that. >> yes. and well done for just a kid, too. 7 minutes now before 7:00. coming up a final check of your top stories including a car that crashed into a gamestop. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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school shooting. students in newtown are returning to class today... except those who attended s a recap on the developments regard, the connecticut school shooting. students in newtown are returning to class today except those who attend the sandy hook elementary where more than 20
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children and six adults were killed friday. that campus will remain a crime scene for some time and may never reopen. a former middle school campus is being prepared to serve sandy hook students. funerals for two victims were held yesterday, two more today. this is a live look in newtown, connecticut outside one of the churches where the funerals will be held. you can see that people are already starting to gather there and unfortunately, in the coming week, we'll see much more of this, many more funerals to come of the and investigators there are still trying to piece together what happened and what motivated the gunman to attack the school. back in the bay area this morning, somebody drove into a gamestop store in concord early this morning stealing thousands of dollars worth of electronics. the crash happened to sound the alarm at about 4:00 in the morning. employees found a honda accord parked inside the store. after it smashed in. workers say some electronics
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are missing. a live look at the store at the clayton valley shopping center. it's boarded up. the suspect or suspects took off on foot. it is 6:58 right now. switching gears a bit, you know, we're missing frank this week. we love you, brian. but -- >> i know. >> we're missing frank a little bit. >> he hit the slopes! >> look at him enjoying his time off skiing with friends in utah. he is testing out the greatest snow on earth! as they say. he is about to get a lot more of it. you know, i saw this picture on facebook and i said it looked like a bunch of troublemakers. >> it does. those are his buddies -- no, those are weathermen, right? those are meteorologists buddies of his. all tv folks. well, talking weather, check out these temperatures, we just noticed concord came down to 34 degrees so these temperatures continue to fall. it is cool out there this morning. much cooler this morning than we saw yesterday. we are only going to warm up to the mid-50s in some spots. breezy as well. for the most part the rain is cleared until thursday when the rain comes back. >> that always causes troubles for the roads but right now the
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roads are dry just a bit of a backup at the bay bridge. metering lights are on. marsh creek road between deer valley and pine lane are closed. >> do you ski? >> no. >> i'm a big skier. >> good sledder. >> we have to get you skiing. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com

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